• Saturday, Mar 4, 2023

    11:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
  • Virtual/In-Person

    Loudermilk Conference Center 
    40 Courtland St NE| Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Event Details

Join United Way of Greater Atlanta’s African American Partnership for the 7th Annual AAP Leadership Luncheon on Saturday, March 4, featuring Larenz Tate and the Tate brothers.

Learn from national leaders from the entertainment industry as well as the global United Way network on issues impacting African-American professionals.

Celebrate as AAP surpasses $1 million in net revenue for the Powering the Potential youth development program supporting middle and high school African-American boys and young men. Discover ways to get involved in AAP and make a difference today.

A Million Reasons

United Way of Greater Atlanta’s African-American Partnership is on the cusp of raising $1 million dollars to support its cause: Powering the Potential of African-American young men and boys. Watch the inspiring story of Eben Rogers IV to see the impact this work has on the Greater Atlanta community.

 

Entry Prices

 

Individual Ticket

Sold Out!

 

Virtual Ticket

$59 before February 17

 

Group and Sponsorship Tickets

Find out more about Sponsorship and Host Committee Opportunities, or connect with us here to learn more.

 

Table of Ten

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10 in-person tickets to the luncheon

 

Host Committee

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2 complimentary in-person seats to the luncheon

2 complimentary seats to the VIP meet & greet

2 virtual tickets to join the luncheon via electronic platform

Name listed in the program, in e-communications & the United Way AAP website

The host committee opportunity is available to current AAP members (verified annual $1,000 or more United Way pledge during 2022-2023 fiscal year)

 

Group Tickets

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5 in-person tickets to the luncheon

5 virtual tickets to join via electronic platform

 

About AAP

The African-American Partnership (AAP) is a group of donors with shared affinities for philanthropy, leadership and service. The mission of AAP is to positively impact the community by increasing the number of African-American leadership donors to United Way of Greater Atlanta. AAP includes persons of color and others who support the mission of AAP. Additionally, AAP engages members through volunteerism and advocacy, and offers ongoing opportunities for personal and professional development.

Speakers
  • Larenz Tate and the Tate Brothers
    Larenz Tate and the Tate Brothers